Issue Twelve Contributors


Carly Dashiell's writing can be found in Prelude, The Felt, and office magazine. She has an MFA in Poetry from Brooklyn College and is Managing Editor of Futurepoem.

Christopher DeWeese is the author of three books, most recently The Confessions (Periplum UK, 2017). He is currently Associate Professor of Poetry at Wright State University.

Jon-Michael Frank is the author of How's Everything Going? Not Good (Ohio Edit / Cuneiform Press), and the poetry chapbook Nostalgia Flower (Sad Spell Press). A new book called DARK GARBAGE is coming out May 2019 from Floating World Comics.

Lauren Hilger is the author of Lady Be Good (CCM, 2016.) Named a Nadya Aisenberg Fellow in poetry from the MacDowell Colony, she has also received fellowships from the Hambidge Center and Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in BOMB, Gulf Coast, Harvard Review online, Kenyon Review online, Massachusetts Review, Pleiades, The Threepenny Review, and elsewhere. She serves as a poetry editor for No Tokens.

Dionissios Kollias was born in Greece. His work has appeared in No, Dear Magazine, Landfill Journal and elsewhere. He currently lives in Brooklyn, New York.

Nate Logan is the author of Inside the Golden Days of Missing You (Magic Helicopter Press, 2019). He's editor and publisher of Spooky Girlfriend Press and teaches at Marian University.

John Maradik lives in Northampton, MA. His work has appeared in Bennington Review, Granta, Blush, and jubilat.

Jenn Marie Nunes is the author of AND/OR (2015), winner of the Switchback Books Queer Voices award, and seven chapbooks, including Juned, winner of the YesYes Books 2015 Vinyl 45 Chapbook Contest. Her work appears in numerous journals, including Sixth Finch, Juked, ACTION, YES!, Ninth Letter, Black Warrior Review, and Dreginald, and she is co-founding editor of TENDE RLOIN, an online gallery for poetry. Her second full-length collection, those people, was selected as the winner of the 2016 National Poetry Review Press Book Prize and is forthcoming.

The author of Cure All (Caketrain Press, 2010) and The Grotesque Child (Tarpaulin Sky Press, 2016), Kim Parko is a mother, a partner, a maker, a hedge witch and a healer. Her brain and heart are 73% water. She is covered in millions of openings. Her creations are intentional and fluid transgressions of patriarchal norms and structures.

Bridget Talone is the author of THE SOFT LIFE (Wonder, 2018) and two chapbooks: Sous Les Yeux (The Catenary Press) and In the Valley Made Personal (No, Dear/Small Anchor Press). Bridget lives in Philadelphia, and is the recipient of a NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship in Poetry from the New York Foundation for the Arts.

Madeleine Wattenbergís work has recently appeared or is forthcoming in journals such as Salamander Magazine, The Rumpus, Puerto del Sol, Sixth Finch, and Best New Poets. Her manuscript hinge was recently selected as a finalist for The National Poetry Series. She regularly writes reviews for The Bind and is a PhD student at the University of Cincinnati, where she serves as Assistant Editor for the Cincinnati Review.




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